Emojicode Documentation 1.0 beta 1

# Value Type 🔢

Integer

## Methods

### 🙌

` 🙌  other 🔢 ➡️ 👌`

Whether this value and other are considered equal.

### ➖

` ➖  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the receiver minus other.

### ➕

` ➕  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the receiver plus other.

### ➗

` ➗  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the receiver divided by other.

### ✖

` ✖  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the receiver multiplied by other.

### 🚮

` 🚮  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the receiver modulus other.

### ◀

` ◀  other 🔢 ➡️ 👌`

Returns true if the receiver is smaller than other.

### ▶

` ▶  other 🔢 ➡️ 👌`

Returns true if the receiver is greater than other.

### ◀🙌

` ◀🙌  other 🔢 ➡️ 👌`

Returns true if the receiver is smaller than or equal to other.

### ▶🙌

` ▶🙌  other 🔢 ➡️ 👌`

Returns true if the receiver is greater than or equal to other.

### ⭕

` ⭕  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns this integer AND other.

### 💢

` 💢  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns this integer OR other.

### ❌

` ❌  other 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns this integer XOR other.

### 🚫❗️

`❗️ 🚫 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns NOT applied to this integer.

### 👈

` 👈  n 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Shifts this integer by n bits to the left.

### 👉

` 👉  n 🔢 ➡️ 🔢`

Shifts this integer by n bits to the right.

### 🏧❗️

`❗️ 🏧 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the absolute value of this 🔢.

### 🔡❗️

`❗️ 🔡  base 🔢 ➡️ 🔡`

Creates a string representation of this integer. base must be greater than or equal to 2 and less than or equal to 35.

The digits used to represent the integer are `0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvxyz`.

### 💯❗️

`❗️ 💯 ➡️ 💯`

Returns the double representation of this integer.

### 🔋❗️

`❗️ 🔋 ➡️ 🔢`

Returns the additive inverse of this integer. If this integer is x*, the result equals *-x.

### 💧❗️

`❗️ 💧 ➡️ 💧`

Converts this integer to a byte. The value of this integer must be in [-127, 127].